There are 15 questions. Select the best answer for each question.
1. Why are uniforms worn while traveling on scout outings?
Required for insurance coverage
There is no official rule to wear uniforms
To prevent scouts from getting lost
To receive non-profit organization discounts at rest stops
2. Which square knot awards can be worn by youth?
Eagle Scout, Religious Emblem, and Arrow of Light
Scoutmaster key, Tiger den leader, Arrow of Light
Religious Emblem, Heroism Award, and Medal of Merit
Arrow of Light, Eagle Scout, and Medal of Merit
3. Where does the World Conservation Award patch go?
Centered on the right pocket
In place of the World Scouting Crest
Centered on the left pocket
On the right sleeve
4. What can you do if you have both a merit badge sash and Order of the Arrow sash?
Hang one off your belt and one across your shoulder
Wear one over your left shoulder and the other over your right shoulder
Wear both over your right shoulder
Choose which one to wear at a time
5. I have Quality Unit Award patches from the past 9 years. How are they worn?
First patch below patrol emblem on right sleeve with following years directly below it in order from oldest to newest
Most recent patch below patrol emblem on right sleeve with following years directly below it in order from newest to oldest
Only the most recent patch
Whichever patch I like best
6. Which requirements are correct to be a Boy Scout?
A scout must wear a uniform and troop neckerchief
A scout must wear a uniform but troop neckerchief is optional
uniforms and neckerchiefs are optional
7. What is the minimum distance between tents according to the Guide To Safe Scouting?
8. What knives are disallowed in Boy Scouts?
Blades over 6 inches long are disallowed
Sheath knives are disallowed
All knives are disallowed
No knives are disallowed
9. What is the minimum age to backpack with Boy Scouts?
10. When can a scout work on First Class requirements?
As soon as he joins a troop
As soon as he receives his Second Class badge
As soon as he has his Second Class Board of Review
As soon as he has his Tenderfoot Board of Review
11. Who can sit on a Board of Review?
Registered troop committee members
12. What is the goal of Boy Scouting?
Earn Eagle rank
Stay active until reaching the age of 18
Build character, citizenship, and fitness
Experience the outdoors
13. What are the requirements for an Eagle project?
It must take at least 100 hours, have a physical item produced, and be done completely be scouts
It must take at least 200 hours and be done completely by scouts
It must take at least 100 hours
It must benefit a religious institution, school, or community other than the BSA
14. Which rules pertain to merit badges?
a Scout must be First Class before working on merit badges and has one year to complete work on a badge
a Scout has one year to complete work on a badge
a Scout must be First Class before working on merit badges
a Scout can work on merit badges at any time and take as long as needed to complete them as long as it is before his 18th birthday
15. When does a scout's rank advancement go into effect?
When he completes his Scoutmaster conference
When he completes his Board of Review
When he receives his badge at a Court of Honor
When the District receives the paperwork from the troop
This test is mostly for fun. See if you know some of the more misunderstood requirements and rules that continually come up in scouting.